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I am having a problem of no display

Tell me the process for solving this problem as soon as early

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Hi mystriaxe_me, the issue of no display depends greatly on which display you are currently using. The Intel MB D102GGC2 does use an onboard (Integrated) graphics card & it also allows you to use a PCI-Express graphics card but not at the same time.
If you are not using a PCI-Express x16 card your monitor cable should be connected to the "Dark Blue in color VGA port" located at the rear of the MB. If you are using a PCI-Express card, the bios auto detects that one is attached & will boot to the PCI-E. Most PCI-E cards have two ports. If the first one does not show display than move your cable to the second port on the PCI-E card. (Also try removing your PCI-E card & re-inserting it. The connection may not be fully inserted. Most PCI-E cards also require more power. Check your card for additional power ports. Some use a power cord like a floppy disk drive, others use a power cord like a hard disk drive & newer cards use either a 6-pin power cord or 4-pin squar power connector. Check the manual for the PCI-E card.
If in either case if you do not receive display on your monitor, check the monitor cable for good connection. Also check the monitor by hooking it up to a working notebook or a working PC.
If nothing helps you gain display, post here which graphics card you are using. If its a PCI-E card post the manufacture & model number.

Good luck mystriaxe_me!
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Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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